The Vision Zero map public input period concluded on July 31, 2014. NYCDOT analyzed the over 10,000 comments submitted and shown here and included them in the City’s Vision Zero borough safety action plans, released in February of 2015.
Not enough time to crossPedestrians don’t have enough time to cross the street during the "Walk" signal.
Double parkingMany vehicles are parked in moving lanes.
Long wait to crossPedestrians need to wait too long to receive the "Walk" signal.
Red light runningMany drivers don’t stop at a red light or a stop sign.
JaywalkingMany pedestrians cross the street against the signal or in the middle of the block.
Poor visibilityDrivers and pedestrians have difficulty seeing each other.
SpeedingMany drivers travel above the speed limit.
Long distance to crossThe road is too wide to cross comfortably and/or there aren’t safe areas where pedestrians can wait if the signal changes to "Don’t Walk".
Failure to yield to pedestriansDrivers turning into the crosswalk don’t yield to crossing pedestrians.
Cyclist behaviorMany cyclists do not yield to pedestrians, bike against the flow of traffic, ignore traffic signals or other issues.
Pedestrian crash corridors (top 10% of streets in each borough)